St. Yuriev's Monastery (Novgorod Region)

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Dyakonova, Tatyana Ivanovna    
St. Yuriev Monastery (Novgorod Region) [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo album] / photo TI Dyakonova, AA Osina, VM Yarosh; sost., graphical concept and design of AA Kassirova; The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. - Electronic graphic data (14 files: 134.1 MB). - The Novgorod Region, April 25, 2012, May 21, 2012. -
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
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Date: 25.04.2012, 21.05.2012
The album includes: cover and 13 photos of the St. George's Monastery. The photographs show the St. George's Cathedral, the Cross Exaltation Cathedral, the Bell Tower, general views of the monastery, a view of the monastery from the side of the river. Volkhov, as well as a plan for the St. George's Monastery.
St.John's Monastery is located 5 km from Veliky Novgorod on the bank of the river. Volkhov near the lake. Ilmen. The first annalistic mention dates back to 1119. The history of the creation and the name of the monastery is associated with Yaroslav the Wise, who at the christening received the name Yuri. On the territory of the monastery there are 3 cathedrals, 2 churches and a bell tower. - Materials of the sites used: "The Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve (URL: http://novgorodmuseum.ru/muzej-zapovednik/velikij-novgorod/5-okrestnosti...;" Russian Orthodoxy "(URL: http: / /www.ortho-rus.ru/cgi-bin/or_file.cgi?5_558) .
I. Osin, Andrei Alekseevich. II. Yarosh, Vladimir Mikhailovich. III. Kassirova, Anastasia Alexeevna (1991-). IV. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg) .1. Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve - Photos. 2. St. Yuriev Monastery (Novgorod Region) - Photographs. 3. Territory (collection). 4. Novgorod Museum-Reserve in the photographs (collection). 5. Territory of Russia: Novgorod Region (collection). 6. Novgorod region: pages of history (collection). 7. Architectural photographs.
BBC 63.3 (2Ros-4Nov) 64-7y611
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